Suzanne Manafort and Chris Eder are headed to the Sedona Yoga Festival (SYF). This is the second time Mindful Yoga Therapy has been invited to present at this AUMAZING festival. You can either attend just the MYT training for $347 or the training and unlimited festival access for $547.
SYF Gives Back is something we’ve been doing from the start. Utilizing this event as platform to serve and in our case, we’ve been offering some form of trauma informed yoga training at SYF since the beginning. We have trained hundreds of yoga teachers and brought awareness to the devastating effects of Post Traumatic Stress in our communities across the country. We’ve called this program all sorts of things from Yoga for Veterans and Yoga for First Responders to Yoga for PTSD, with one simple aim: Provide the tools to alleviate the effects of trauma, of suffering. A trauma sensitive yoga training takes into account the specificaspects of traditional yoga practices that ameliorate the effects of trauma and stress on the human nervous system. Yoga is and has always been the healing balm to soothe the injured human nervous system, ergo a Yoga for PTSD training, a trauma sensitive yoga training, trauma informed yoga training… Call it what you will, we know what outcomes have emerged from this training. We know that by training hundreds we have impacted thousands. This year we are going back to our roots, quite literally… as it was the Mindful Yoga Therapy team who were key members of the first cadre we put together for Mindful Therapeutic Yoga Practices for Veterans.
Thursday ALL DAY
The Tool Box – A complete holistic and embodied program
Why Yoga for PTSD?
The Guiding Principles to Mindful Yoga Therapy
Mindful Yoga Therapy Asana Class and its Adaptations
Hyperarousal, PTSD and MYT the nervous system
Mindful Yoga Therapy’s 4 Breathing Practices
Mindful Yoga Therapy Meditation Class
The full “Tool Box” as a practice.
How to bring this into the world
Mindful Yoga Therapy is an Embodyoga® based, empirically informed, clinically tested program comprised of five practices: Pranayama (breathing), Asana (postures connected with breath), Yoga Nidra, Meditation, and Gratitude. Each practice is a tool that can be used to cope with Post Traumatic Stress, and together, they form a comprehensive system—a toolbox—that will carry a trauma survivor into a life of strength and resilience.